Considering that our proximity to nature has long been scientifically proven to increase our general wellbeing, it\u2019s no surprise the interior trend of bringing the outside in is so popular. But why banish botanical beauty, house plants and vibrant green walls just to the kitchen or the conservatory? Done delicately, your bedroom sanctuary can be the perfect space to showcase some floral designs and leaf print fabrics to transport you to another climate. Not ready to invest in a palm print statement wall? We don\u2019t blame you. Go for subtle bedroom additions instead. \u2018Tropical print cushions and fabrics as a fantastic way to add this on-trend print to a bedroom,\u2019 says interior style advisor Rebecca Snowden from Furniture Choice. \u2018And they add texture and dimension.\u2019 Incorporate some lush, tropic-print bedding and cushions from brands like Yves Delorme . \u2018In the bedroom specifically, the urban jungle movement can be luxurious and chic with sophisticated and rich colours combined with nature-inspired details,\u2019 says interiors blogger Emma Jane Palin . While light-filled spaces are the perfect accompaniment to any real plants in the abode, dark colours are the perfect sidekick to the jungle greens that are normally associated with exotic interior accessories such as patterned bedsheets. Mixing materials such as linens, silks and velvet can help to keep the trend long-lasting. \u2018From lush foliage to botanical prints, there\u2019s an opportunity to create oasis-like rooms filled with jungle references or a more luxe approach with the subtle use of colour, natural materials and quirky accessories.\u2019 Low maintenance plants like aloe vera are ideal for the bedroom as they survive in both bright and dark locations, and they act as an air purifier, too. Or you can try adding in some trellis plants for extra texture, like this Trouva\u2019s String of Pearls House Plant . But don\u2019t let the fear of turning your home into a jungle put you off. Claire O\u2019Brien, head of design at British Ceramic Tile, explains how versatile and adaptable the trend is: \u2018We all think of it as large scale and bold with assorted shades of green, but it has various guises.\u2019 \u2018The most popular way to adopt and use this trend in a bedroom setting is with bold cushions (above is Yves Delorme\u2019s Iosis tapestry cushion , \u00a365) or fabulous wallpaper prints used as a visual feature, adding a focal point to a tranquil backdrop. But it can also be used in a calmer way.\u2019 Add some colour and texture to your bedroom by implementing pops of horticulture through accents like this Iosis cushion. So, how will you style yours? For all your bedroom needs, head to Yves Delorme for your pick of the most luxe bedding.